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redskins get ready to kick off their first preseason game. "good morning washington at 6:00 a.m." starts now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> hello, washington. it's friday, august 12. i am cynne simpson. >> i am scott thuman. breaking traffic news. two people are dead and southern avenue is closed after a single car crash in southeast washington. the car hit a telephone pole at a high rate of speed, split in half, and then burst into flames. we will check in with lisa baden in a minute to talk more about that. first, meteorologist adam caskey if as a look at a pretty nice day ahead of us. >> it will be a gorgeous friday. yuko conditions out there. a lot of sunshine in store. comfortable especially this morning. cooler than yesterday with low humidity. if there is a live look at laurel laurel high school, 66
degrees. scattered cloud decks this morning in a few spots. clear skies for the rest of the day. 62 in olney. 63 and all door. highs in the mid to upper 80's today, mostly sunny. that is average. -- 63 in waldorf. a double fatal crash in southeast d.c., southern avenue will be closed for an undetermined amount of time. a utility crew is on the scene of the crash. we are live right now. we saw a moment ago that a vehicle was moving at a high rate of speed then hit a utility pole, if the vehicle split in two and caught on fire. they are documented in this double fatal accident right now. southern is closed near wheeler road. the utility crew is on the scene with a lot of work yet to do. the have to do measurements
and take pictures. now, colesville road northbound after the beltway after university boulevard a vehicle rolled over. no one is getting by northbound on 29 for the time being. southbound traffic is able to get through out of columbia towards the beltway. more to come on the trackside. back to news now. 6:02. the fbi is doing the search for a maryland woman missing in aruba more than a week now. all this comes as we learn more about the suspect at the center of her disappearance. jummy olabanji is live in northwest with the latest on the investigation. good morning. >> good morning. we are in gaithersburg right now outside the home of gary giordano. he is the man at the center of this investigation going on in aruba tied to robyn gardner's disappearance. this morning since we have been out here the neighbors have been
walking or running past and everyone is stopping to take a look at this home that the fbi is expected to investigate a later today. the investigation continues in aruba to find out what happened to the 35-year-old robyn gardner. the frederick, maryland, woman was last seen august 2. police believe the last person to see her was gary giordano. >> it is disturbing. >> prosecutors say that he is no longer cooperating claiming his right not to talk or incriminate himself. he told police in aruba that robyn gardner was swept away by a rough, and while they were snorkeling. but authorities found holes in his story. he also has a troubled past. at least the dubbed the women have filed for protection orders against him, claiming violence. >> he prayed upon young women and probably vulnerable women.
>> aruban prosecutors want the fbi to look for phone records computer records, since the suspect's home in maryland, and other evidence and interviews needed in the criminal investigation. gary giordano remains behind bars in a row but this morning at least until monday. that is when a court hearing is scheduled to see whether or not he can go free. reporting live in gaithersburg, jummy olabanji, abc 7 news. now to a developing story from asia, where markets shrugged off yesterday's wild ride on wall street. but japanese nikkei index fell 0.2%. hong kong policy planks and index gained 0.1%. the shanghai composite rose about 0.5%. the ups and downs on wall street this week are enough to give you a allies. the dow jones jumped 423 points yesterday. the nasdaq and the s&p 500 gained more than 4.5%. the dow jones valley was prompted by encouraging reports on the job market.
first-time unemployment claims dropped below 400,000 for the first time since april. we are returning to the 2012 vote. a republican presidential hopeful squared off in iowa last night. candidates took shots at president obama as well as at each other as they tried to position themselves for this weekend's crucial straw poll. >> it is an indisputable fact that in congress her record of accomplishments and results is nonexistent. she has a record of misstating and making false statements. >> you said the era of small government was over. that sounds a lot more like barack obama, if you ask me. >> the candidates sparred over some of the key issues facing the u.s. now more from karen travers in northwest. why does this boil down to a fight between michelle bachmann and tim pawlenty? >> good morning. they were certainly going added.
they're fighting to be the top alternative to a front-runner mitt romney. mitt romney is not competing in the straw poll this saturday so michelle bachmann and tim pawlenty are the top contenders to win this. that is a key indicator of a candidate goes the early strength. for tim pawlenty must prove that his campaign can and should continue. for michelle bachmann it's a chance to keep her momentum going. >> a notable absence last night was texas governor rick perry. what did you think about that? >> rick perry is certainly going to shake up the race. he announced yesterday that he will announce on saturday that is launching a presidential bid. at this point he's possibly what republican voters and establishment want. they are not satisfied with the candidates. they want other candidates to jump into the race. right now mitt romney is the front-runner, but that may be a very tenuous hold. rick perry is just two points behind mitt romney according to
a late goal. he will make stops in south carolina new hampshire and i will. you can be assured that as soon as he does the media scrutiny will begin. reporting live from northwest karen travers, abc 7 news. back to you. >> thank you. everyone will be watching. president obama was raising cash in new york city. the president attended two democratic national committee fund-raisers. that was after he spoke at a battery plant in michigan. >> in the day ahead d.c. police will go ahead with their all hands debt crime-fighting program this weekend. that is despite a second ruling that said the program violates union rules. on friday the public employee relations board ruled that chief cathy lanier did not have the authority to change officers schedules with the program and that she must pay them overtime. take care of your vocal cords today. you may need them later for a rousing version of "tail to the
redskins." they begin their preseason schedule tonight at fedex field and they hope the pittsburgh steelers, last year's super bowl runners-up can be defeated. >> as long as everyone recovers by monday at. we will be fine. 67 degrees outside. >> still ahead a best seller makes its way to the big screen. arch campbell tells of if it's going to live up to the height. >> big cuts a post office. tens of thousands of jobs could be on the chopping block. >> and will the cooler weather lasts through the weekend? adam c
at food and friends we prepare and deliver meals to people with aids and life- threatening illnesses. myself and all the staff and volunteers would like to wish you a -- good morning, washington. it's finally friday morning. 6:11 in the belfort furniture weather center. a cool start to the day. a little cooler than yesterday morning. a few clouds in the sky. a few cloud decks here and there. you can see them over arlington. this is the camera at washington-lee high school. makes for a beautiful sunrise. otherwise, a lot of sunshine for the rest of the day. 66 in ballston. 64 and woodbrige 67 in takoma park. 66 in reston and landover.
88 is the high temperatures expected with low humidity. a great day tomorrow, partly cloudy a little added humidity and a few late-day storm. don't plan your stay around that. by sunday, plan your stay around showers off and on and some severe thunderstorms possible. metro rail blue and yellow lines and develop some type of track problem between pentagon city and reagan national airport stations. metro rail blue and yellow line customers, anticipate delays. this is a new development with a track problem that has surfaced. in southeast washington, double fatal crash. southern avenue is closed. this is live on the scene. a vehicle slammed into a utility pole along southern ave. the vehicles listed two, caught on fire. utility crews on the scene during their work. seventh avenue will be closed
between. -- naylor road and wheeler road. in maryland, crying over a vehicle that rolled over. 29/colesville road the northbound after the beltway. you can see the closure right now, north of 495 on 29. back to you. >> thank you. that is not the way we want to start this friday morning. metro workers can expect delays this weekend because of track work. the red, blue, orange, and yellow lines. that would begin at 10:00 tonight. they will single track on various parts of the line. that could lead to delays of 20 minutes. 6:13 now. a very nice 67 degrees outside. >> very pleasant out there. coming up, the silver market to the stock market plunged. how much gas prices may drop in the next weeks. >> hundreds injured and nearly 1000 under arrest. british police
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welcome back. checking our top stories on this friday morning the fbi is getting involved in the search for robyn gardner. the maryland woman missing in aruba. the man she was with, gary giordano told police she disappeared while snorkeling but he's no longer cooperating. aruban police say they expect the fbi to search his gaithersburg home soon. a republican presidential candidates faced off in iowa last night but two rivals from minnesota, michelle bachmann and tim pawlenty stole the show. this was the last debate before the this weekend's all important straw poll. and british police arrested 1500 people. a few people died.
hundreds were arrested for looting and setting up buildings and cars on fire. breaking news from southeast washington. two people are dead after a single car crash along southern ave. mike conneen just arrived at the scene and is joining us live with details. what's going on out there? >> it's a very startling sight. look at this scene. this car was demolished. police say that it did a telephone pole at a high rate of speed on southern ave. there were two fatalities in the crash in the 1300 block of southern avenue across the street from the united medical center. neighbors were getting ready for work when they heard a large crash around 4:45 this morning. police were called to the scene around 5:00 a.m. now a seventh avenue is closed and that could affect the morning rush as police are still on the scene investigating. in italy crews are on the scene as well checking out the telephone poll. the car was traveling at a high rate of speed, in a telephone
pole splits in half and then engulfed in flames. witnesses snapped pictures showing the car fire, a startling sight on southern ave. currently, traffic getting in and out of the hospital has been slightly delayed because of the road closure. there are ways to get in and out, but it could be a challenge for drivers getting through this area for the morning rush-hour. we spoke with neighbors this morning was a are concerned because this stretch of southern avenue has been used for car racing in the past. we don't know yet if that's the case in this situation, but we are told two fatalities and a high rate of speed involved in the crash. reporting live in southeast washington, mike conneen abc 7 news. >> a devastating impact out there. thanks for the live report. we're learning the post office is preparing for major cuts. the agency wants to chop and cut 120,000 jobs. the postal service also wants to pull employees out of health and retirement plans covering federal workers and set them up
in their own benefit system. the postal service faces an $8 billion shortfall next year. a congressional support committee that will look for more ways to reduce the nation's debt is set to begin its work. house minority leader nancy pelosi and chose maryland congressman chirs van hollen, south carolina congressman jim cliburn, and california congressman xavier by asara to put on the call-member panel. the group is made of six democrats and six republicans. a man charged with firing shots at military targets intends to plead guilty next month to and related state charges. wto purports yonathan melaku will plead guilty in loudoun county to two counts of grand larceny. that's for stealing from cars. -- wtop reports. 3 florida siblings arrested after a nationwide manhunt are
reportedly talking with authorities. according to an arrest affidavit, lee dougherty said that there were not trying to eric anyone when they fired at colorado police officers during the chase that led to their arrest. she said that she was not shooting and that ryan was driving the car. all three were charged with attempted murder. they were wanting for firing at a police officer's car in florida and robbing a bank in georgia. making news and america's money, price at the pump plunging and hot off the presses. rob nelson has those stories and more. >> good morning. as and markets had mixed results today following a big upturn in the u.s. the dow added 423 point yesterday, the fourth straight day to move 400 points. and it's never happened before. that includes a positive -- the big reasons include positive corporate earnings and positive news on jobless claims.
gas prices could drop 60 cents a gallon over the next few weeks. oil prices are falling due to concerns the world economy could be slowing down again. the u.s. postal service is considering cutting 120,000 jobs. that would require congressional approval and faces stiff union opposition. the post office has been losing billions. anewspaper theft is growing may be due people wanting coupons. and there are a reality shows that may be prompting interest in coupons. "extreme couponing." we are below 70 degrees at reagan national. i just looked and it is 69 degrees. that's the first time we have dropped below 70 in over three and a half weeks at reagan national airport. that is a monumental occasion. that's this morning. a lot of sunshine out there.
a few scattered clouds in damascus. those will quickly move out of here and we will have mostly sunny skies today. here are the coldest temperatures i could find. 47 in garrett county at wisp ski resorts, 50 and frostburg. they're accountable locally temperatures are in the low to mid 60's to start the day. cloudy and farther to the south of us. we are on the northern periphery of that cloud deck. that's why we have some scattered clouds. even some showers in southern virginia. that will move out of here and we will have sunshine today. there is action on the radar screen of to our west. area of low pressure developing in the rockies. that will continue to push our way and the the rainmaker for sunday. a lot of sunshine, 88, low humidity today. storms off and on, downpours as well on sunday > metro rail reported earlier a blue and yellow line issue and a track problem. now they're calling it a
disabled train between pentagon city and reagan national airport. if you take metro rail, the blue and yellow line, anticipates an additional wait for trains. we are going to take you to newschopper 7. 29/colesville road northbound at university boulevard. this vehicle rolled over. looks like they have the clean up almost complete. they're getting ready to leave. colesville road, hang in there. that should be reopened soon after the beltway. virginia, we love you. 66 95, 395, no accidents. if more of our neighbors on the road near landmark at duke street. back to you. >> thank you. 6:22 is the time. >> putting the rumors to rest. a pair of puppets said the record straight about their sexual orientation. >> today on "oprah," incredible where are they now follow-ups, 4:00 on abc 7.
friday morning. president obama will take on the role of football fan in chief today. the president will welcome the green bay packers to the white house to congratulate them on their super bowl victory from earlier this year. this is a picture of him congratulating the new orleans saints last year. there were a lot of fans there the white house. news about kissing.
the british heart foundation finds nearly one in five married couples goes without kissing for up to a week at a time. what's going on? when did you kiss, two in five married couples kiss for no more than five seconds. married couples ages 18 through 24 kiss an average of 11 times a week. this is a story making big headlines. they have been roommates 40 years, but wedding bells will not be ringing for birds and ernie. gay activists started an on-line petition pushing for the public's to tie the knot. degenerated 64,000 signatures lots of buzz, but the producers of sesame street released a statement saying that the two are best friends. they were created to teach kids that people can be good friends with those very different from themselves. the statement goes on to say that the two are puppets and expected don't have a sexual orientation. >> setting the record straight.
>> they are. i think they did not contact to get into the other characters like big bird and the account and all their personal business, too. better to draw the line. not going there. 6:27. still another half-hour ahead. >> coming up, redskins fans, the wait is almost over. just hours before they take on the steelers'. >> last night's republican presidential debate turned into a slugfest. who came out on top that story coming up. >> we will have the weather affected over parts of the weekend. a
crash in southeast d.c. this has shutdown southern ave. >> two people died when a car crashed and then burst into flames. mike conneen is live at the scene right now with the late- breaking details. good morning. >> good morning. a terrible sights on southern avenue in southeast washington. just across the street from united medical center in the 1300 block of southern ave. two fatalities in this car crash, confirmed. neighbors heard a screeching and a loud boom around 4:45 this morning as they were waking up. police arrived on the scene around 5:00 this morning. southern avenue is now closed as firefighters are around a car trying to figure out a way to get inside. one of the victims, we are told, is still inside the vehicle. in fact, the number of fatalities could increase, say police. don't know how many people were inside. this is affecting people arriving and leaving the
hospital. they will let you through if there is an emergency. otherwise, they're asking traffic to avoid the area. utility crews are on the scene because power went out to some residents. that has been restored, but they are continuing to work on the power and telephone lines. the car was traveling at a high rate of speed. for the past couple blocks they say there were signs of tires screeching along the roadway. they are on the scene investigating the police. the car split in half and in crofton claims when it hit the pole. at least two people dead. a car fire and crashed on seventh avenue in southeast washington. reporting live in southeast mike conneen, abc 7 news. a horrible situation. time to check in with lisa baden on the traffic and adam caskey on the weather. >> the difficulty with southern avenue being closed is the alternate routes are sold out of
the way. silver hill road and iverson st. and alabama avenue inside the beltway. those are the alternates. there is logic to this. alabama avenue, silver hill road, you will find things usually heavy. newschopper 7 has been flying over maryland. happy to tell you colesville rd. "crash tax university boulevard -- the crash on colesville road at university boulevard has been moved out of the way. a few clouds on the northern imperforateperiphery -- we are on the northern periphery of a big cloud deck in virginia. that will clear away. is 67 in oxon hill and waldorf
this morning -- and 61 in waldorf. light humidity today, seasonable temperatures. the average high is 87. 88 today. saturday, a few storms. that will be isolated. on sunday, storms are likely throughout the day off and on with a few embedded downpours and possibly severe storms. the fbi is getting involved in the mysterious disappearance of a maryland woman robyn gardner. vanished more than a week ago on a trip to aruba. now we're learning more about the prime suspect in the case. her traveling companion. jummy olabanji is live in gaithersburg with new developments in the investigation >> . good morning. neighbors on this quiet gaithersburg street have been really talking about what's going on in a row but especially because the man at the center of the investigation into the disappearance of robyn gardner
gary giordano, lives in the home behind us. it may soon become the center of an investigation involving the fbi. we learned that aruban authorities have asked the fbi to assist them in investigating gary giordano's home. in aruba, authorities say that gary has stopped cooperating with them and has stopped cooperating with their investigation. the 50-year-old is still behind bars and is exercising his right. to remain right he has told them that 35-year- old robyn gardner disappeared when the two or scuba diving, on august 2 if that she was swept away by strong current. aruban authorities don't believe that and that's why they arrested him on suspicion of murder. authorities have asked the fbi to go into the home in gaithersburg to look for any phone evidence or computer evidence that may help with their investigation. meanwhile, gary giordano is still behind bars in aruba. there's a court hearing scheduled for monday when he could find out whether or not he
could be released from jail. reporting live from gaithersburg, jummy olabanji abc 7 news. following developments from asia this morning where there was not much of a reaction to yesterday's wild ride on wall street. the japanese nikkei fell 0.2%. the hang seng in hong kong gained 0.1%. the shanghai composite rose about 0.5%. the wild ride on wall street this week shows no signs of letting up. the dow jones gained 423 yesterday. the nasdaq and the s&p 500 boats jumped more than 4.5%. this was viewed by encouraging report on unemployment. the government says first-time jobless claims dropped below 400,000, the first time since april. the republican white house hopefuls faced off last night.
much of it focused on tim pawlenty and michelle bachmann. they exchanged barbs from the beginning. >> last night's republican presidential debate last night turned into a slugfest between in-state rivals. correct it is an indisputable fact that in congress her record of accomplishments and results is nonexistent. she has a record of misstating and making false statements. >> if you said the era of small government was over. that sounds a lot more like barack obama if you ask me. >> the two are fighting to be the top alternatives to the front-runner, mitt romney, was not officially participating in the saturday's straw poll. mitt romney emerged as the big winner without any major bruises. he kept his eye on the general election. there were two notable absences
last night. texas governor rick perry, who stole some of the spotlight by announcing before the debate that is launching a presidential bid. and sarah palin, making a stop today at the iowa state fair, but still is not a candidate. karen travers abc news washington. 6:38 is the time, 67 degrees outside. >> still ahead the redskins are getting into a game mode. mike shanahan will talk about the quarterbacks. >> will the year's biggest book turn into the year's biggest movie? next i would like to do a book on what it's like to work for white families. >> that's coming up. >> first, another check on busy traffic this morning as well as the weather. we do that every 10 minutes. ♪ ♪
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6:41 on this friday morning. it's going to be a gorgeous friday. things will fall apart towards the end of the weekend. let's look outside in frederick right now. a beautiful shot there. mid-level scattered clouds overhead. 55 degrees currently in frederick. a very refreshing morning. open the windows to let the per- share circulate. 55 at -- 65 the dulles record. 52 degrees in cumberland.
warmer along the water, 72 lexington park, 71 in annapolis. 84 degrees is the water temperature. 88 degrees for the high temperature this afternoon seasonable. a profitable day overall. tomorrow, partly cloudy with maybe some isolated late-day storm, but they will be few and far between. don't plan your stay around those. meanwhile, on sunday, you will want to plan your day around the showers off and on. storms and embedded downpours will be here off and on throughout the day on sunday. better to be indoors on sunday and outdoors on saturday. now to lisa baden. colesville road at university boulevard in maryland an accident is gone. that's good. we will go to newschopper 7 over a new issue does reported. there was a crash on 270 southbound in the local lanes at shady grove road. traffic is getting by to the left. southbound, you may want to go
are you ready for football? i think the answer is yes for most of us. you are not alone. finally it will be here. the redskins take on the pittsburgh steelers tonight in their first preseason game. fans are breathing a sigh of relief that the lockout is over and that football is back. >> i cannot imagine a world
without football. my world would have ended. >> i did not know what i was going to do with my winter. i was planning on reading. >> what a shame that would have been. quarterback rex grossman will start tonight. john beck and rex grossman are still battling for the starting job. steven strasburg is set to make his second rehab start tonight. the pitcher will take the mound for the potomac nationals. he will be limited to about 50 pitches, that's up from 30 in his first start. he's looking at a sept. return right now to the major league. >> getting a first look at the transformation of a connecticut woman who received a full face transplant. charla nash was attacked by chimpanzee back in 19 or rather 2009. this is what she looks like on the left before the attack. in the attack she lost her nose, her lips, eyelids hands, she was left blind, could not smell. she underwent a full face
transplant in may. the surgery was the third full place transplant ever performed in the u.s. -- full face transplant. that is her new face. it was fight night in iowa. the gop white house hopefuls traded shots at president as well as each other. that's days before the all important straw poll. >> now a look at. who came out on top in this debate, joe? >> there were two. mitt romney, because he did not mess up and kept his lead even though its narrow. michelle bachmann traded blows with tim pawlenty. they kind of negated each other out. the big winners are sarah palin and rick perry. >> there were not there. >> rick perry will make his announcement over the weekend. sarah palin's bus tour descending on the capital. she's a person who commands attention. >> what does that say about the rest of the field?
the fact that the two were not even participating and came out on top? what does that say about the rest of the field and what we can expect? >> that says republican voters are dissatisfied with the choices they have. it says that mitt romney's lead is very tentative and the fact that all eyes are turning to rick perry and sarah palin, they still have problems to work out in the gop field. >> how devastating was this for michelle bachmann and tim pawlenty? they really went at each other. >> it was the end of minnesota nice. they have been rivals for awhile. she managed to get some clothes on his record, portraying him as obama-like. the fact that he is not that well-known, those kind of attacks tend to stick in the broader electorate. he managed to pin on her the fact that she has made several
misstatements over the years betsy except some kind of outrageous things and her legislative record is fairly light for someone seeking the highest office in the land. -- that she has made some kind of outrageous statements. >> thank you. now to adam caskey with the weather. >> now to damascus. 64 degrees along ridge road at damascus elementary. there is an example of some of the isolated clouds that we have across the region this morning. the coolest temperatures i could find garrett county, 47 at wip. 51 in frostburg, to 53 in hancock, 55 in middletown. 67 in oxon hill. reagan national, 69 degrees by
now. that's the first time the mercury has dropped below 70 in about three and a half weeks. it feels good outside. open the windows this morning and lead in the fresh air. cloudy farther to the south in central and southern virginia. that energy will stay out of our region. we will have sunshine throughout the day. things will change towards the end of the weekend. an area of low pressure coming off the rockies where they typically develop, and will continue tracking our way. that will be sunday's rainmaker for us. saturday is the day to broadside -- saturday's the day to go outside this weekend. not sunday. in northerly wind today. partly cloudy tomorrow. a few late-day storm tomorrow, very isolated. hit and run not a big deal. don't plan today around the storm chances tomorrow. sunday off and on areas of rain. it will not be raining all day
but downpours and a few severe storms cannot be ruled out on sunday. in the 80's all through next week. busy on the roads. in southeast washington, a tragic accident. live on the scene of southern ave. these are live pictures. southern avenue is closed between naylor road and wheeler road. apparently a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed back around a utility pole. a double fatal crash southern. avenue will be closed until further notice. sylvan road, alabama avenue, those are alternates, but that's difficult. southern avenue has a lot of cleanup to do. -- silver hill road is an alternate as well as alabama ave. arch campbell when
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normal. newschopper 7, 270 southbound, there's an accident near shady grove road in a local lanes. left side getting by and the main lanes are open. a lot of sunshine today, los humidity. steve noble high temperatures in the mid to upper 80's. tomorrow will be the day to be outdoors. tens of late-day storm. highly isolated, flash and dash. sunday that the day to be indoors. off and on rain, thunderstorms embedded downpours. it's not going to rain everywhere the same time, but off and on throughout the entire day with maybe some brief gusty winds as well. a few severe storms possible on sunday. >> that does it for "good morning washington." good morning america is next. >> for continuing local news, and news channel 8. we will see
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